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When Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo signed cannabis legislation into law on March 31, making recreational marijuana legal for adults in New York — it gave cities, towns and villages the option of opting-out … more
LEE CENTER — Due to a medical emergency, family and friends have banded together to support the Conley Farm at 5301 Streun Road. According to a Gofundme.com post started to help support the family … more
While they didn’t have regular classes last week, a pair of Rome Free Academy juniors didn’t take spring break off. Instead the duo of Dominick Cangialosi and Stone Mercurio participated in the … more
Resolutions to authorize the mayor to accept a Use and Occupancy Permit related to the Mohawk River Trail Phase II project and authorization for the mayor to submit the 2021 Community Development … more
Students in Mohawk Valley Community College Hospitality programs are back in the kitchen, preparing Wednesday lunches for the public to purchase for takeout, complete with curbside pickup at MVCC’s … more
In a move that is sure to get plenty of tail-wagging approval, the city is now accepting applications for its popular Dog Park which is scheduled to reopen Monday, May 3. Applications can be … more
The Northeast Unmanned Aerial System Airspace Integration Research Alliance, Inc., — perhaps better known as NUAIR — is using its Griffiss International Airport test site to help integrate and … more
The City of Rome is now accepting applications for 2021 summer employment. Positions include summer park attendants, general seasonal maintenance and laborers, lifeguards, and pool attendants. The … more
On the passing of Russel C. Fielding Monday, March, 29, 2021, Rome Sentinel owner Stephen B. Waters recalled a letter Russel C. Fielding had written to him when he became publisher in 1993. Fielding … more
Rome Historical Society, 200 Church St., will present, “Green Living: Getting Back to Better,” a virtual program at Facebook.com/romehistorical, at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday, April 21. In honor of … more
The year 2020 began as usual with robust ticket sales for community events, borrowing of snowshoes to make peace with the winter weather, book discussions, story times, and borrowing of books and … more
Mayor Jaqueline M. Izzo, along with Utica Mayor Robert Palmieri, announced Thursday that city parks in both municipalities would now be open for certain sports and recreational activities — with … more
Mayor Jaqueline M. Izzo and Rome City Schools Superintendent Peter C. Blake have extended the property tax and school district tax payment deadline from April 30 to May 31. Both said the extension is … more
As part of a project to improve its system reliability, National Grid will replace some structures and associated electrical equipment at several local locations along nearby transmission lines, … more
The New York State Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund, Inc., along with the Rome Free Academy Air Force Junior Reserve Officers Training Corps program, will present, “Flags of Honor” to the Rome … more
Although the construction season might just be starting to heat up, Cold Point Corporation’s new 50,000 square-foot $5.1 million manufacturing facility in west Rome has just been completed, … more
Side Kicks Karate, 1251 Erie Blvd. W., will offer a summer camp experience for children age 5 and older wishing to learn more about martial arts, as well as participate in other sports and seasonal … more
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